Test sharing an app when offline
You will need two Android phones to help with testing sharing an app in an offline scenario.
It starts by download this test app on the first phone: https://grobox.de/tmp/hotspot.apk
Then please respond to this ticket, copying and pasting the text below into your response, giving the phone models in the first line.
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This is an example, how going through these steps could look like on the first phone:
1. My phone models are: **[ModelOfPhone1]** and **[ModelOfPhone2]** running **[AndroidVersion1]** and **[AndroidVersion2]** 1. Download and install app on the first phone only 1. Start app and allow location permission (if requested) 1. [ ] Below the `START HOTSPOT` button, it says that `5GHz Wi-Fi is supported`. 1. Press the `START HOTSPOT` button 1. [ ] A QR code for a Wi-Fi appears 1. [ ] The Wi-Fi's name starts with `DIRECT-` 1. [ ] Below the `START HOTSPOT` button, it says `Hotspot started` and there's this text behind: **[no text]** 1. With a second phone I was able to connect to this Wi-Fi by 1. [ ] Scanning the QR code with a reader app 1. [ ] Entering the Wi-Fi data manually in the phone's Wi-Fi settings 1. Once the second phone is connected, press the `PEER CONNECTED` button 1. [ ] The app shows `http://192.168.49.1:9999` at the bottom 1. Press the menu/overflow icon and select `Network interfaces` 1. [ ] A new page shows text that includes the line `p2p0: /192.168.49.1` 1. Press the back button to come back to the (second) QR code screen 1. I was able to visit the shown site with the second phone by 1. [ ] Scanning the QR code with a reader app 1. [ ] Entering the link manually in my browser app 1. [ ] I could not visit this site 1. [ ] I could download the app on the second phone 1. [ ] I could install and open the app on the second phone 1. [ ] The second phone stayed connected to the first phone's Wi-Fi and I did not need to reconnect 1. While still connected to the first phone's Wi-Fi, go to system settings on the second phone. * Open Wi-Fi settings and select the first phone's Wi-Fi. * Try to find the `Frequency` (e.g. `5 GHz`) the Wi-Fi is using and write it down here: **[frequency]** 1. [ ] Bonus step: I could repeat the process by switching phones and it works the same or different in what aspect?
You can see how this will look like below or when using the "Preview" tab in your response.
Subtask of #1992 (closed)